SAP takes the security of its vast product portfolio very seriously and thus releases security fixes for
vulnerabilities reported by external researchers and their customers every second Tuesday of the month.
SAP Note 2896025
was released on
14.07.2020 and deals with
"[CVE-2020-6282] Server-Side Request Forgery in SAP NetWeaver AS JAVA (IIOP service)" within Java.
We advice you to follow the instructions, to resolve
server-side request forgery (ssrf)
medium potential for exploitation
in component BC-JAS-COR-RMT.
According to SAP Security Advisory team a workaround does not exist. It is advisable to implement the correction as monthly patch process.
Risk specificationThis note has been re-released with updated 'validity', and ‘Support Packages & Patches’ information. IIOP service allows an unauthenticated attacker to send a crafted request from a vulnerable web application, resulting in a Server-Side Request Forgery vulnerability.
Whitelist mechanism has been implemented via the newly introduced multivalue properties allowed.client.hosts and allowed.orb.hosts of the SAP NetWeaver AS Java IIOP service.
SAP Netweaver Application Server Java is part of the SAP NetWeaver Application Platform. It provides the complete infrastructure for deploying and running Java applications.
- The AS Java Home: SAP Netweaver Application Server Java wiki
- A dedicated SAP NetWeaver 7.40 Application Server for Java Security Guide exists.
The advisory is valid for
- CORE-TOOLS 7.10-7.11 2
- CORE-TOOLS 7.20 2
- CORE-TOOLS 7.30 2
- CORE-TOOLS 7.31 2
- CORE-TOOLS 7.40 2
- CORE-TOOLS 7.50 2
- SERVERCORE 7.10 9
- SERVERCORE 7.11 9
- SERVERCORE 7.20 9
- SERVERCORE 7.30 9
- SERVERCORE 7.31 9
- SERVERCORE 7.40 9
- SERVERCORE 7.50 9